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5 Things You Need To Know Today

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By Tia Kitchens

Since the world seemed to effectively shut down due to the COVID-19 virus the world has missed many Hollywood stars. A few of them are coming back though.

One of those is Ellen DeGeneres and her show 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'. The only main difference is it won't be in her studio with a live audience. She will be filming from her home and having video calls with her guest stars. Jennifer Lopez, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are all scheduled to make appearances on the show starting April 6.

Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, Al Roker, Wendy Williams, and Savannah Guthrie are all doing their shows from home too.

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Donald Trump
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President Donald Trump is stating that the U.S. is deploying 1,000 military medical personnel to New York City to help during the COVID-19 pandemic. As New York is one of the states that has been hit harder than other states it makes sense for them to help.

Personnel to be deployed will include doctors, nurses, respiratory specialists and others that will be sent to where they are needed most he stated. Trump is doing all he can to help those in need during this trying time.

General Motors
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Starting today General Motors will start the process of making masks for personal. Warren Transmission plant is where this will be taking place. They will be making about 50,000 masks a day, or up to 1.5 million a month during this time. They are not rated for surgery but they are rated as level one masks. They will be used by delivery people, janitorial staff, and many others that keep the communities running. We suspect that the masks may even make it to essential workers as time goes on.

LeBron James
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LeBron James has a documentary that is going to be making it's debut on Quibi. Quibi is a mobile app that is a streaming service. There is some controversy around the app that just came out today, April 6. This documentary named 'I Promise' follows the journey with 15 episodes dedicated to the school. It will follow the students and teachers through the journey of the school that was started in 2018.

The app is $4.99 a month or $7.99 a month without ads.

Elton John
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Elton John's iHeartRadio concert is going to be re-aired on Fox Monday. The original concert raised over $10 million dollars for the battle of the COVID-19 virus. Which is something that we didn't expect but seeing everyone come together during this time was needed. Billie Eilish, Mariah Carey and Alicia Keys were some of the key performers singing from their living room that day.

All the money that will be earned during both airings are going to go to Feeding America and First Responders Children’s Foundation.

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